From: Karl Koch <TheR<anger@gm...> - 2006-12-12 05:48:07
who knows a cool thesis stylesheet/template that makes a doctoral (PhD) thesis look really good?
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From: Bernhard Enders <bgeneto@gm...> - 2006-12-12 13:05:00
Give classicthesis package a try.
On 12/12/06, Karl Koch <TheRanger@...> wrote:
> who knows a cool thesis stylesheet/template that makes a doctoral (PhD) t=
hesis look really good?
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From: Alan Ristow <ristow@ec...> - 2006-12-13 12:58:05
Tim Adlam wrote:
> Classicthesis is very pretty, but seems to me to be pretty clumsy to use
> compared to some. Is there a simpler .cls to use without so many options
> at the beginning?
I don't think there are very many generic thesis classes, since many
universities have specific requirements that theses must follow and
generic classes cannot easily cope with all of the variations. Most of
the thesis classes I've run across are specific to a particular
university (and the few I've looked at aren't especially pretty, since
many universities are still in the typewriter age where theses are
concerned). That said, I know some folks have adapted memoir to their
purposes, and it has the added advantage that it be easily reconfigured
to produce an official version to turn in to the university and an
unofficial version that you can make look any way you like for
distribution to others. I imagine KOMA could be used to do the same.